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Yangarra Mc Laren Vale Cadenzia 2004

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Dark colour, intense perfume and elegance. The nose is a mix of beetroot, cherries and crème caramel. The flavours are rich and lush with black fruits and silky tannins. With airing the wine reveals characteristic flavors of boot polish, dark chocolate, flint, dried roses and lavender Region: 100% McLaren Vale, 100% Estate Grown Blend: 68% Grenache, 27% Shiraz, 5% Mourvédre Analysis:15.0% alcohol, pH 3.37, TA 0.68 g/100ml Maturation:18 months in primarily French oak; only Shiraz aged in new oak

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Yangarra Estate Vineyard:
Yangarra is an aboriginal word meaning "from the earth." All of our wines are grown on our single-vineyard Estate in the Blewitt Springs sub region of McLaren Vale, South Australia, with 250 acres of vines in 35 individual blocks spread amongst 420 acres of creeks, native vegetation and nature corridors. The Estate sits at the north-eastern extreme of the Willunga Basin at the foot of the Sou... Read more
Yangarra is an aboriginal word meaning "from the earth." All of our wines are grown on our single-vineyard Estate in the Blewitt Springs sub region of McLaren Vale, South Australia, with 250 acres of vines in 35 individual blocks spread amongst 420 acres of creeks, native vegetation and nature corridors. The Estate sits at the north-eastern extreme of the Willunga Basin at the foot of the South Mount Lofty Ranges. We are utterly devoted to minimal intervention in viticulture and winemaking. Our desire is to produce wines that are the most brilliant possible reflection of the Estate's unique terroir and provide a profound sense of place. The key to Yangarra's unique flavours is a large, smooth dune of Ngankipari Sand, a precisely-delineated Aeolian, or wind-blown geological formation that was laid down about a million years ago (which is very young in Australia's ancient geology). This sand is an extremely weathered remnant of mountain ranges that stood here 1.6 billion years ago, weathered away, and then rose again 500 million years ago. After a second weathering, the current ranges began to rise about 100 million years ago. Read less

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Snooth User: George Parkinson
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4.00 5
08/11/2009

color - red/blue/black nose-red berries, coco, licorice & plums mouth - full, earth, & black berry finish - long buy it age it share it


Snooth User: lauradrinkswine
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4.50 5
12/03/2008

Four and a half glasses



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Dark colour, intense perfume and elegance. The nose is a mix of beetroot, cherries and crème caramel. The flavours are rich and lush with black fruits and silky tannins. With airing the wine reveals characteristic flavors of boot polish, dark chocolate, flint, dried roses and lavender Region: 100% McLaren Vale, 100% Estate Grown Blend: 68% Grenache, 27% Shiraz, 5% Mourvédre Analysis:15.0% alcohol, pH 3.37, TA 0.68 g/100ml Maturation:18 months in primarily French oak; only Shiraz aged in new oak

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